|release date:||May 9, 2003|
Tuesday October 28, 2003 (dvd)
|running time:||116 min.|
|director:||Matt Dillon |
|studio:||United Artists Films|
|producer(s):||Willi Baer, Michael Cerenzie, Deepak Nayar |
|screenplay:||Matt Dillon, Barry Gifford|
|cast:||Matt Dillon, James Caan, Natascha McElhone, Gérard Depardieu, Stellan Skarsgård, Rose Byrne |
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City of Ghosts Movie Synopsis
Jimmy Cremming (Dillon) finds himself in Bangkok after fleeing the investigation of an insurance scam in the United States. He discovers his partner and mentor Marvin (Caan) has surfaced in Cambodia, and sets off to get his promised cut of the action. What he finds instead is a bizarre and ominous environment where cleverness is bait. The further Jimmy searches for Marvin, the deeper he plunges into torment.
Matt Dillon does not need Hollywood hoopla, but this movie should have been given more publicity when released. It is excellently crafted. It keeps your interest throughout with an unusual ending and enlightens you on Asian culture. Matt has that quiet confident approach ala Clint Eastwood.
this is the most inconprehensible piece of crap I have tried to watch in a long time. Matt Dillon is not a director, he is an idiot. You`d think someone who` been around movies for as long as he has would learn something about them.
Absolutely intrigueing, well crafted, well acted. I was entertained from beginning to end. I will add it to my collection.